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BIG-IP provides Local Traffic Policies that simplify the way in which you can manage traffic associated with a virtual server. You can associate a BIG-IP local traffic policy to support selective compression for types of content that can benefit from compression, like HTML, XML, and CS...
Jackson is a popular library for handling JSON in Java applications, quickly becoming the de-facto standard in the ecosystem. Starting with version 2, it has also introduced a mature XML implementation alongside its established JSON support. Adding the Jackson XML module to the projec...
API Security has finally entered our security zeitgeist. OWASP Top 10 2017 - RC1 recognized API Security as a first class citizen by adding it as number 10, or A-10 on its list of web application vulnerabilities. We believe this is just the start. The attack surface area offered by API...
How can you integrate your internal API layer into various BI tools? We answer this and show how to enable SQL access to enterprise APIs in our latest webinar. 2017-08-17T21:23:11Z 2017-08-17T23:44:44Z Sumit Sarkar ?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&u...
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use DataDirect to connect Jaspersoft to an Oracle database behind a firewall via the cloud. 2017-08-04T14:20:16Z 2017-08-13T04:43:45Z Saikrishna Teja Bobba ?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+p...
Release Management tools are not something I normally look at since I am more on the development side of things than on the release […] The post A Day of Firsts: Adventures with XebiaLabs’ XL Release appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: Insane in the Mainfram...
This blog post is a tutorial written for Sitecore administrators who would like to deploy Sitecore on Microsoft Azure with MongoDB Atlas as the Database as a Service (DBaaS provider) for Sitecore’s MongoDB databases. The Sitecore Azure Toolkit scripts allow you to easily deploy Siteco...
Solr vs. Elasticsearch. Elasticsearch vs. Solr.  Which one is better? How are they different? Which one should you use? Before we start, check out two useful Cheat Sheets to guide you through both Solr and Elasticsearch and help boost your productivity and […]
There’s no question that among the growing digital landscape, APIs play an indispensable role in allowing different tools, platforms, and devices to integrate with one another as seamlessly as possible. However, when devops and SRE teams are charged with monitoring the performance of m...
B2B marketing is no easy task. There’s a constant battle between: do I target my exact buyer with account-based marketing or do I go after the larger audience in the hope that my end buyer finds me? The reality is that generating demand for your B2B service or product has become a jugg...
Recently we got a request from a large manufacturer to help them with some file processing. Their specific requirement was to have Fixed width file formats converted into XML and pushed into Amazon S3 for the further processing. While going through the conversation with them I felt it ...
We are all used to the Solr API that has been present in Solr from its beginnings. We send the data using HTTP protocol, we include all parameters in the URL itself, and we are bound to that. Some people […]
Azure Stack TP3 Overview Preview (Part II) Install Review This is part two of a two-part series looking at Microsoft Azure Stack with a focus on my experiences installing Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 3 (TP3) including into a nested VMware vSphere ESXi environment. Read pa...
The contrast between traditional legacy integration and modern API-based approaches is profound – especially when comparing the respective time to value In the race to digitally […]
The need to continuously launch new software is at the core of the transportation industry today. Air France-KLM recognized this need early as they […] The post DevOps at Air France-KLM appeared first on XebiaLabs. Related posts: 3 July Webinars You Can’t Afford To Miss ...
In a recent Cortex, I bemoaned the fact that as buzzwords go, Digital Transformation is excessively vague. There is yet another buzzword of our times that […]
Welcome to the Cloud, Big Data, Software Defined, Bulk and Object Storage fundamentals page part of the objectstoragecenter.com micro site collection of resources. Software defined, Bulk, Cloud and Object Storage exist to support expanding and diverse application data demands. There ar...
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) was the hottest thing going in enterprise IT a decade ago, until the cloud took off and stole all of its thunder. Nevertheless, […]
The post Technology Reviews: Interoperability and the API Economy appeared first on QAD Blog.
In the late 1990s, Microsoft began working on a general purpose development platform that quickly became the infrastructure for building, deploying, and running an unlimited number of applications and services with relative ease while focusing on the Internet User Experience (IUE). The...
As you know, in Sematext we looooove logs and metrics and we enjoy playing with them on a daily basis. We have our Logsene, which is all about logs and their analysis. We have our SPM which can monitor half […]
Log files are one of the most valuable assets that a developer has. Usually when something goes wrong in production the first thing you hear is “send me the logs”. The goal of structured logging is to bring a more defined format and details to your logging. We have been practicing stru...
You can host an Ionic 2 Progressive Web App (PWA) pretty easily on Azure Web Sites (App Service).  If you aren’t sure where to get started, take your Ionic 2 project and add the browser platform if you haven’t already. ionic platform add browser Now, you can test it locally by run...
HTML5 and CSS3 have swept the web by storm in very short time. Web development company should start suggesting it to their clients to help them boost experiences & attract more clientele HTML5 and CSS3 have swept the web by storm in just two years. A web development company sh...
One way to create a better search experience is to understand the user intent.  One of the phases in that process is query understanding, and one simple step in that direction is query segmentation. In this post, we’ll cover what query segmentation is and when it is useful. We will als...
The NET framework is a technology that supports creating and running of next generation applications. The framework by Microsoft is designed to accomplish various objectives. It has a plethora of features blended with a visually stunning user experience. The .NET framework hosts a...
A brand-new iteration of the deleterious Locky ransomware is out. Expert reports about the update started to appear on December 5, which is almost a fortnight after the ZZZZZ precursor surfaced. The latest tweak means that the files affected by Locky will now have the .osiris extension...
Nowadays there are more and more organizations searching for fault-tolerant and highly available solutions for various parts of their infrastructure, including search, which evolved from merely a “nice to have” feature to the first class citizen and a “must have”...
A Web service is the medium of communication through which two application can exchange the data without knowing the underlying... The post Web Service Load Testing – Test your Web Service Application appeared first on AppPerfect.
Republished from 04/29 as it was lost due to a Docker Container crash… Irony! I have an article in the recently released “DZone Guide to Building and Deploying Applications on the Cloud” entitled “Fullstack Engineering in the Age of Hybrid Cloud”. In this article I discuss the ne...
SPM provides Akka monitoring via Kamon and has been doing that for quite a while now.  With SPM and Kamon you get out of the box metrics about Akka Actors, Dispatchers and Routers, about the JVMs your Akka app runs in, and system metrics. We’ve recently made a few nice improvements tha...
Web Development refers to the coding of the web content and to be precise it refers to the client and server scripting. Web Development is quite a different from the other programming and it requires a sufficient knowledge of the application in client server area, network security, and...
One of our most important goals here at XebiaLabs is to make sure our customers get the most out of their investments, not just […] The post Capture Jenkins Job Environment Variables in XL Release appeared first on XebiaLabs. Related posts: What We Learned from Fully Automatin...
I’ve been reading up on APIs cause, coolness. And in particular I really enjoyed reading Best Practices for Designing a Pragmatic RESTful API because it had a lot of really good information and advice. And then I got to the part about compressing your APIs. Before we go too far let m...
I’ve been talking about layer 7 load balancing (L7 LB) since, well, for a long time. From the first inception of it back in the day when someone decided that routing requests using URIs and host headers was a pretty innovative thing to do. If you must know, that was back in 2001. And i...
In Part I, we discussed the various components of HTTP request. In particular, we walked the reader through the details of TLS (Transport Layer Security), its impact on performance and how to mitigate it. Besides security, mobile performance has assumed the center stage owing to increa...
Welcome to the API Economy! Now that we’ve worked all the kinks out of RESTful APIs, we now have seamless interoperability among all manner of endpoints, […]
This was originally posted on OpenShift’s blog. Introduction Regardless of whether you are developing traditional applications or microservices, you will inevitably have a requirement to monitor the health of your applications, and the components upon which they are built. Furthe...
On the side of the road in northern Missouri just north of Mark Twain’s stomping grounds, there is a slice of hillside removed just to the side of the highway. In Arkansas, there’s a nondescript field tucked away in a state park. Short of word of mouth and this thing they c...
To embark on iControl week in DevCentral's Programmability Month, I figured I'd take a little time to talk about iControl's past, present, and future to give you a glimpse at how we got to where we are and what you can expect in the years to come.  Last Month, iControl...